Euro 2016 New Customer Offers

Host’s France will be taking on Portugal in the final of Euro 2016 in Paris on Sunday night, and we expect there to be a whole host of new customer offers to follow.

Portugal V France Euro 2016 New Customer Offers All offers end at 8pm Sunday

More offers will be added as they become available throughout the day.

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Euro 2016 Existing Customer Offers

One of the best existing customer bookmakers for Euro 2016 is bet365. All the way up until the final on Sunday, you can back either France or Portugal to win the tournament outright, and if your team loses on penalties, you will get your money back in cash.

You can also claim the standard £200.00 Welcome Bonus from bet365.

bet365 Penalty Payback
Get money back if your team gets knocked out of Euro’s on penalties.

Another good reason for getting a bet365 account, is for their £50.00 free bet in-play offer for new and existing customers. Already we have seen this offer available on England V Russia, Wales V England and Wales V Belgium, and there is a good chance it will appear again for the final on Sunday.

You can claim this offer if you are only opening a new bet365 account now, and you will also qualify for the £200.00 Welcome Bonus, as well as all of the other additional perks you get with a bet365.

It’s well worth getting a bet365 account for this offer alone, other reasons are the £200.00 welcome bonus, £50.00 free bet on mobile, Bore Draw Money Back Offer and the Each-Way First Goalscorers Offer.

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2016 European Championships

The 2016 European Championships is being hosted by France. The tournament starts on Friday 10th June 2016, with hosts France taking on Romania at the Stade de France. It lasts for just over 4 weeks in total, with the final being played on Sunday 10th July, also at the Stade de France.

In total there are 24 teams taking part in the competition. The defending champions are Spain who have won the last two European Championships, comprehensively beating Italy 4-0 in the 2012 final in Kyiv.

Euro 2016 New Customer Offers